from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The realm of a khan.
- n. The position of a khan.
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- n. A region or place ruled by a khan.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Dominion or jurisdiction of a khan.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The dominion or jurisdiction of a khan.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the realm of a khan
- n. the position of a khan
In 1268, Khaidu had formed his own khanate in East Turkestan and parts of West Turkestan and never accepted Khubilai as Grand Khan.
This khanate included Mongolia and the conquered territories that form most of modern-day China, part of Burma, part of India and Tibet.
The Yuan dynasty was a khanate of the Mughal emperor, Kublai Khan.
The khanate of Kazan was established in the 15th century after the westward sweep of Genghis Khan and his Mongol army.
A Mongol khanate, ruling Egypt and much of the Near East.
Having risen to power in 1369, Timur had taken over the Chaghadai khanate, conquered the Kipchak khanate, and, with his capital in Samarkand, was in the process of rebuilding the Mongolian Empire.
I'm going to find it, and all the riches the old legends say it holds, and buy myself a khanate or a kingdom.
"If you're ever in the far northeast, " the swordsman told his friend, 'seek out the khanate of Mizar-lohne.
So long as Bati lived, this khanate was united and powerful, but after his death, in 1257, it gradually lost strength.
Russian commander-in-chief a request that he would despatch an armed force to take possession in the name of the emperor of the khanate, then vacant by the death of the youngest son of Pachu Biké, who had been assassinated, as was said, by order of Schamyl.